What is Racism? workshop

Kids notice a LOT, including skin color. They sense that it matters, and they have questions about how and why. Together we will explore how racism isn’t just one thing, but a problem with many parts working together -- problems that take more than individual kindness to solve. Breaking down the fundamental concepts of skin color, race, racism, and injustice, kids will learn how they can help to notice and disrupt racist systems.

For elementary aged children and their families. Registration is required.

This workshop is led by Wee the People, a Boston-based social justice project for children ages 4-12. Launched in 2015 by two Black mothers, WTP organizes free, interactive workshops and events that explore activism, resistance, and social action through the visual and performing arts: music, dance/movement, theater, graphic arts, spoken word, and storytelling.

Funding provided by the TJX Corporation.

Saturday Sep 24, 2022
10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
Children's Services Staff    (508) 393-5025 x.2    nobokids@cwmars.org
Meeting Room
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